The Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education discussed how online learning is going in a meeting Wednesday night, but did not make any changes to its plans.
APS leaders previously decided to keep almost all kids out of the classrooms until at least January, rolling out plans for students to learn online.
The board can still decide to have more students go back in-person before the semester’s over, and at any time it can decide how it’s going to begin next semester.
In the meantime, from internet outages, to learning new tools, technology issues still limit many families.
Leaders discussed how Rio Rancho Public Schools were able to go back in a hybrid schedule, but that’s a much smaller school district, and they did have to delay those plans from the initial start date.
“We recognize that there continues to be issues and that some people are not enthusiastic about the setting, however, there are successes as well,” Elder said.
Leaders say they’ve been working on getting ready to meet all of the state’s guidelines for when they decide to go back face-to-face.
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